Sunday, January 19, 2014

334. Well-known Authors Cite Dr. Dave Wang’s Publications

It is well-known that Dr. Dave Wang’s research in the field of Chinese cultural influences in the colonial period and the founding era of the United States has gained momentum in academic circles. Recently I have found that Dr. Wang’s publications have been widely cited by some prestigious authors. In the following, I will give the authors, the titles of their works, and the titles of Dr. Wang’s works that were cited. 01. Sarah Schneewind, University of California, San Diego, Thomas Jefferson’s Declaration of Independence and King Wu’s First Great Announcement, Journal of American –East Asian Relations, 19,(2012 )75-91.

01. In her paper, Dr. Sara Schneewind cited Dr. Dave Wang. Paper, All Posterity Would Remember My Legacy: Thomas Jefferson and a Legendary Chinese Prince, Huaren E Magazine, September , 2008.

02. Lindsay Stafford, First US-China Trade Ship Carried 30 Tons of American Ginseng: Helped Establish American Identity and Roots of International Trade, HebalEgram: Volume 9, Number 5, May 2012, Dr. Lindsay Stafford cited Dr. Dave Wang’ paper, Ginseng: the herb that helped the United States to enter International Commerce, World Huren Federation Website.

03. Richard Rosecrance and Gu Guoliang, ed., Power and Restraint: A Shared Vision for the U.S-China Relationship, published by Public Affairs, 2009. The two authors cited Dr. Dave Wang’s paper, Benjamin Franklin and China: A Survey of Benjamin Franklin’s Efforts at Drawing Positive Elements from Chinese Civilization during the Formative Age of the United States, Essays and Articles for the Benjamin Franklin Tercentenary Website,

04. Ann Lee, What the U.S. Can Learn from China: An Open-Minded Guide to Treating Our Greatest Competitor as Our Greatest Teacher, published by Berrett-Koehler Publisher, Jan 9, 2012. Dr. Ann Lee cited Dr. Dave Wang’s paper, How China Helped Shape American Culture: The founding fathers and Chinese Civilization, Virginia Review of Asian Studies, 2010.

05. Patrick Mentis, Peaceful War: How the Chinese Dream and the American Destiny Created a Pacific New World Order, published Dr. Patrick Mentis cited Dr. Dave Wang’s paper, Thomas Jefferson’s Incorporating Positive Elements from Chinese Civilization, Virginia Review of Asian Studies, accessed January 26, 2013.


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